Abandonware DOS title

F-19 Stealth Fighter

F-19 Stealth Fighter is vehicle simulation game set in Russia designed by Sid Meier, Arnold Hendrick, Jim Synoski, developed by MicroProse Software and released by MicroProse Software in 1988. F-19 Stealth Fighter runs on DOS.

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Computer Gaming World - Issue 55 (1989): "F-19 Stealth Fighter is a simulation of air combat in the Lockheed F-19 single seat "Frisbee" Fighter. Sources who "can neither confirm nor deny" their involvement with projects like the F-19 say that the product "seems to be an accurate portrayal" of certain current high-tech combat environments. (Don't you just love high-tech vague-speak?). In F-19 you will fly missions in four different theaters of operation: Libya, Persian Gulf, North Cape, and Central Europe."

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The original boxed version of the game came with a range of impressive accessories such as a thick manual full of information and data on the late 80s flying machines of the U.S. and the USSR, keyboard overlays, a manual covering stealth and fighter tactics, and maps of each warzone.

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Input: joystick, keyboard

Distributed on: 3,5 floppy disk, 5,25 floppy disk, cd-rom

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